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But even though contact lenses are more comfortable than the options twenty years ago, it can still take your eyes some time to adjust. If your eyes arent quite sure what to make of your new contact lenses, dont worry! Here are some totally normal symptoms you might experience while adjusting to contacts.
Getting Used to Contacts: 9 Perfectly Normal Symptoms for New Wearers v2
How long does it take to get used to contacts for astigmatism?
Wearing contact lenses for astigmatism is no different from wearing normal contact lenses. The only difference is that they are positioned differently.
Some contact lens wearers may encounter the problem of the lenses rotating out of focus. Wearing toric lenses from a reputable brand such as Johnson & Johnson, Bausch & Lomb or CooperVision should decrease the chances of this happening. Having a consultation with an eye doctor can help you choose a brand of contact lenses best suited to your eyes.
Dryness of the contact lenses or the eyes?
Blurry vision can also be caused if your contacts are dry. Using rewetting drops can help to get rid of blurred vision. At Feel Good Contacts we have a wide selection of rewetting drops designed for a range of lens materials.
Cleaning your contact lenses thoroughly with contact lens solution can also prevent dryness. Daily disposables are a popular choice for those who get dry eyes. These lenses are thrown away at the end of the day and are therefore less likely to dry out as a result of ineffective cleaning.
Having dry eyes can cause blurred vision too and some lenses are better suited for dry eyes. If you have dry eyes consider wearing soft lenses made of a silicon hydrogel material. These lenses are designed to let more oxygen reach the eye, reducing the chances of dryness.
How long does it take to get used to multifocal contacts?
Multifocal contacts, also known as varifocal contact lenses offer lens wear for distances and close up objects. These lenses are great, however, they usually take a little longer to get used to. Whilst adapting to these lenses, the wearer may see glare at night or experience blurry vision. A four to six week wearing period is the time it may take for adjustment.
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